Alan Sasha Lithman
An Evolutionary Agenda for the Third Millennium
A Primer for the Mutation of
Described by the controversial American priest and theologian Matthew Fox as “a radical book, a compassionate book, and an altogether needed book,” this is a call for all of us to evolutionary activism. (It was first published with support from the Institute of Noetic Sciences.) Lithman spent 21 years (1969–1990) in Auroville, the pioneering global community experiment south of Chennai where he apprenticed in “applied spirituality,” multicultural projects for community-building, and hands-on environmental restoration.
The thrust of his evolutionary agenda, inspired by the evolutionary vision of Sri Aurobindo, is to shift us as a species from a transcendence-based approach to spirituality and problem-solving to a transformation-oriented evolution of consciousness, bridging the egoicschism between matter and spirit.
Readers will be given an entirely new way of looking at the meaning behind our evolutionary crises as well as positive steps to more consciously address them, opening the door to our future possibilities as an ongoing species.
Says Barbara Marx Hubbard, author and president of the Foundation for Conscious Evolution: “I highly recommend Agenda to all those who long to be more effective in their actions in the word. Lithman possesses a brilliance and deep understanding of our evolutionary potential.”
Price: Rs. 350
Size: 6 x 9 in.
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